The Zombies: Odessey and Oracle

The Zombies: Odessey and Oracle

It's a recent rediscovery by me. From 1968, this was the final album of the band before they broke up, and reformed in the 90s. It's probably best known for the final track, "Time of the Season." However, the rest of the album isn't just progressive and different, but also amazing and something i'll listen to constantly for a long time to come.

  • In the spirit of honesty, I don't think I had any idea who this guy was until this weekend. I was at a Jon Brion show. He asked for request and people passionately wanted to here some tracks of this, Eno's '74 debut. He played a c... In the spirit of honesty, I don't think I had any idea who this guy was until this weekend. I was at a Jon Brion show. He asked for request and people passionately wanted to here some tracks of this, Eno's '74 debut. He played a couple tracks, prefaced by an endorsement of the album that was strong enough to download it as soon as I got home.

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  • There's very little debate over the fact that this is the greatest live album ever recorded -- not just in Soul, but in any genre. No collection is complete without it.

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